How to invest the money here please explain
C.E. Info systems limited IPO
(i) C.E. Info systems is a data and technology products and platforms company, offering proprietary digital maps as a service (“MaaS”), software as a service (“SaaS”) and platform as a service (“PaaS”). They are India’s leading provider of advanced digital maps, geospatial software and location-based IoT technologies.
(ii) The company provide products, platforms, application programming interfaces (“APIs”) and solutions across a range of digital map data, software and IoT for the Indian market under the (MapmyIndia) brand, and for the international market under the (Mappls) brand
(iii) Their digital maps comprehensively cover India, and as on the date of this Draft Red Herring Prospectus, their digital maps cover 6.29 million kilometres of roads in India, representing 98.50% of India’s road network which was 6.39 million kilometres as in 2019.
(iv) Their digital map data provides location, navigation, analytics and other information for 7,933 towns, 6,37,472 villages, 17.79 million places across many categories such as restaurants, retail shops, malls, ATMs, hotels, police stations, electric vehicle charging stations etc., and 14.51 million house or building addresses.
(v) The company derive the majority of its revenue from B2B and B2B2C enterprise customers. Their business model is to charge its customers fees per period based on per vehicle, per asset, per transaction, per use case, per user, as applicable
(vi) Some of their customers include PhonePe, Flipkart, Yulu, HDFC Bank, Airtel, Hyundai, MG Motor, Avis, Safexpress and Goods and Service Tax Network (“GSTN”).
Map and Data:
a. Digital Maps and Geospatial Data Products
Platform and IoT:
a. Map, Location and Navigation Platforms
b. GIS, Geospatial Analytics and Geo-AI Products and Platforms
c. Location-based IoT, Fleet and Workforce Automation Products and Platforms
d. Developer APIs and SDK
e. Consumer Location-based App, Websites and Gadget
f. N-CASE Automotive and Mobility Tech Solutions Suit
g. Location-powered Consumer Tech and Enterprise Digital Transformation
a. B2B and B2B2C market leader in India
b. Independent, global geospatial products and platforms
c. Marquee customers across sectors
Objects of the C.E. Info systems limited IPO:
C.E. Info systems limited IPO Details:
|Open Date:||Dec 09 2021|
|Close Date:||Dec 13 2021|
|Face Value:||₹ 2 Per Equity Share|
|Issue Type:||Book Built Issue|
|Issue Size:||1,039.61 Cr.|
|Lot Size:||14 Shares|
|Issue Price:||₹ 1000 - 1033 Per Equity Share|
|Listing Date:||Dec 21 2021|
Promoters And Management:
Financials of C.E. Info systems limited IPO:
|Particulars (in Cr)||2021||2020||2019|
|Cost of materials consumed||13||13||17|
|Purchase of Stock in Trade||2||1||1|
|Change in Inventory||0.85||0.07||1.5|
|Employee Benefit Expense||53||64||50|
|No. of shares||3.90||3.90||3.90|
Comparison With Peers:
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Discussion on C.E. Info systems limited IPO:
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PhonePe holds 37% stakes in the company…..
It is a pure-OFS…..So, all the money raised from the IPO will go to selling shareholders.
then such IPO not good na?
Expected Price band is around 700….
EPS(FY21) = 15
P/E = 46x
Mcap = 3.9*700 = 2700 Crores….
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